Edcamp Social Justice 2020
Please join us for Edcamp Social Justice on Saturday, February 29! This is the first Edcamp focusing on social justice to be hosted in the Midwest.
What is an Edcamp?
An Edcamp is a completely FREE “unconference” that is an opportunity to collaborate, innovate, learn, and grow with other educators and educational leaders. Breakfast and lunch will be provided free of charge thanks to our generous donors. There will also be an opportunity to win raffle prizes.
In addition to a keynote by Dr. Jamila Lyiscott, participants will collaboratively determine session topics the day of the event. We encourage everyone to consider pitching a session idea that you would like to discuss -- you need not plan out a presentation. Rather, facilitating a session involves sharing experiences and having conversions. If you don’t have an idea, don’t worry. You’ll be sure to find sessions that will be engaging.
How is this Edcamp different from other Edcamps out there?
This Edcamp will be firmly focused on supporting the conversations and actions that need to happen to move toward greater justice in our schools and our communities. Sessions will provide opportunities for educators to learn from each other, participate in tough but essential discussions, reflect, and share strategies.
When is this Edcamp?
Edcamp Social Justice will take place at Sun Prairie High School, 888 Grove Street, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin on Saturday, February 29, 2020. Please join us at 8:30am for coffee, a light breakfast, and registration. The “unconference” will begin at 9:00am with the keynote event and build the session board.